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  1. Assessment of yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi) as a surrogate...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | CSIRO Publishing

    Assessment of yellowtail kingfish as a surrogate host for the production of southern bluefin tuna seed via spermatogonial germ cell transplantation Ido Bar A * , Andre Smith A , Erin Bubner B , Goro Yoshizaki C , Yutaka Takeuchi D , Ryosuke Yazawa C , Ben Nan Chen E , Scott Cummins A and Abigail Elizur A F A Genecology Research Centre, Faculty of Science, Health, Education and Engineering, University of the Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore DC, Qld 4558, Australia. B Lincoln Marine Science Centre, School of Biological Science, Flinders University, PO Box 2023, Port Lincoln, SA 5606, Australia.

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  2. Spy: ZM presenter PJ Harding finds new love on airRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Three months ago, medium Kerry-Marie made a prediction on air that ZM radio host PJ Harding would find love with a man from Queensland. In June.

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  3. Qld man takes police on a runRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    AS Bronwyn Bishop comes under pressure from her colleagues to resign, Malcolm Turnbull takes to Twitter to detail his train journey from Melbourne to Geelong. CANBERRA'S great gay marriage debate is over, but Labor's Penny Wong has warned opponents of the proposal that the push for marriage equality will continue.

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  4. SS Dicky: History of iconic shipwreck ready for removalRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | ABC News

    When the time comes to remove the SS Dicky, it will be an emotional moment as much as a historic one for some local residents. For more than 120 years the shipwreck has called the sands of the beach that now bears its name on the southern end of the Sunshine Coast home.

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  5. Mars 96 orbiter triggered Hollywood-style panic in Queensland: Rob BorbidgeRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Sydney Morning Herald

    President Bill Clinton issued a private warning in 1996 that an out-of-control Russian satellite was going to impact south east Queensland and it "could have been very nasty". A radioactive spacecraft thought to be on a collision course with Queensland sparked an emergency response stretching from Brisbane to Washington in 1996.

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  6. Inquest to be held into 6yo Lillie Sweet's death after delay in treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    A coronial inquest will be held in November into the treatment given at a Queensland hospital to a six-year-old girl who later died after a delay in receiving antibiotics. Lilli Sweet was taken to the Nambour Hospital's emergency department on the Sunshine Coast in August 2013 and was dead two days later after being transferred to Brisbane.

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  7. Lockyer Valley investors cop 20 per cent rates loadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Lockyer Valley property investors will see a 20 per cent loading applied to their rates bills this financial year in a huge hit to some ratepayers. The Lockyer Valley Regional Council handed down its budget on Tuesday and announced several council initiatives via a media release, which was low on detail.

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  8. One Nation pilot James Ashby talks of tumultuous timesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC News

    James Ashby, the man who accused the former federal speaker Peter Slipper of sexual harassment, has a surprising new career with One Nation founder Pauline Hanson. He has spoken to the ABC about his last few years and his new job.

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  9. Antibiotic resistance genes in wildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NEWS.com.au

    Researchers have discovered antibiotic resistance genes are spreading to bacteria of Australian wildlife, which is worrying given the animals have never been treated with antibiotics. Dr Michelle Power said the resistance genes from bacteria in humans and domestic animals were being spread through the environment to naturally occurring bacteria of wild animals.

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  10. Is Clive selling Coolum resort?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | NEWS.com.au

    AUSTRALIA might be a sunburnt country but it's also a land of sweeping games - and the fastest growing gaming crowd is old enough to retire. AN Aussie Catholic archbishop told Q&A that both sides of politics had committed a "moral failure" over asylum-seeker policy, calling it an "international disgrace".

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  11. Country Hour for Monday 27 July, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    Disease researchers are gathering on the Sunshine Coast to discuss pests and diseases threatening wildlife species around the world. One of the papers being discussed is a recent study that aims to solve one of the biggest mysteries about the Hendra virus: how it transfers from bats to horses.

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  12. Flying fox urine poses Hendra risk research findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    One of Australia's leading bat researchers says scientists are closer to understanding how the deadly Hendra virus spreads to horses. The clear evidence was that urine, by far, was the most common source in which the virus was found.

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  13. Quad biker charged over theft, intimidationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NEWS.com.au

    SHE'S known for courting attention but socialite Brynne Edelsten will be hoping for a more low key performance as she faces a Perth court today. WHAT would the country look like if Bill Shorten was Prime Minister? Here's what we learned from the Labor national conference.

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  14. Beetle mania could be key to fire managementRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | ABC News

    A Sunshine Coast researcher says a tiny native beetle could hold the answer of when and where natural habitats should be put to the torch. Researching the native ceramybycid beetle could hold the key to conducting the best fire management in the south east Queensland bioregion.

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  15. Over 300 wildlife disease experts gather on the Sunshine CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 26 | The Age

    The facial tumour disease that plagues the Tasmanian devil is just one of the topics being discussed at the International Conference of the Wildlife Disease Association. More than 300 of the world's greatest wildlife disease experts have descended on the Sunshine Coast to share their leading research in wildlife health.

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  16. Driver wanted after hit-and-runRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | NEWS.com.au

    FORMER federal minister Martin Ferguson has been condemned by the ALP as a disgrace at the party's national conference. A Melbourne nurse accused of working for Islamic State in Syria has returned to his home state of Victoria, where he spent his first night in jail.

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  17. CareFlight performs more than 100 missions in 21 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | The Age

    RACQ CareFlight Rescue has flown a record 118 rescue missions throughout South East Queensland in just 21 days, averaging more than five patients a day. Executive manager of operations Brian Guthrie said demand on CareFlight's lifesaving community service had seen a record increase over the last month.

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  18. Chill factor: Australia's best beaches to visit in winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Stuff.co.nz

    Summer is gone, but the beach goes on. In fact, some special beaches across the ditch get even better in the colder months.

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  19. Once a jockey, now a trainer: Ron Quinton keeps on making racing historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Big day: Sam Clipperton and Let's Make It Rain get the job done for Ron Quinton at Canterbury on Saturday. Thirty years ago today Ron Quinton rode the very first winner at the Sunshine Coast - and he achieved another landmark with his first Saturday metropolitan double as a trainer at Canterbury.

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  20. Shark-fightin' surferRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Contra Costa Times

    Australian surfer Mick Fanning is attacked by a shark during the Final of the JBay surf Open on Sunday in Jeffreys Bay, South Africa. Fanning, 34, was competing in a world tour event when a looming black fin appeared in the water behind him.

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